He will not bow the knee to Mahound; neither will the Sire de Crqui, though he die for it.
And when she looked eastward for it she saw the face of Mahound.
“Moors be not all black, neither be they all worshippers of Mahound,” replied Ambrose.
He marched against Bagdad, and had sworn to root the heresy of Mahound from the earth.
Natheless, a stick of good magic, thrall, for 'twas of this wood that the coffin of Mahound was built.
They had the Paynim at home: Mahound and Termagaunt were at their doors.
Some said: "Oh, the Mahound must be intending a salute for the man in the moon of Ramazan!"
Look thee, Mahound, though my mistress sent me to such a lady-bird as thou art, Master Oliver shall know on't.
Argosies of gold, silk and spices, sailing steady, sailing fast over a waterway unblocked by Mahound and his soldans.
If you ask idle questions, you merely risk your soul, as do the followers of Mahound, the false prophet.